I am only doing this to really 'see' what I am using for tools. Never done this before.
InBoxes: @Home, @Work, In Outlook @Home & @Work & GMail as Uncategorized Next Actions & Emails, Voicemails @Work, @Home, @Cell Phone, @Mailbox, @PO Box, @Work Mail box, In Conversation with anyone, In Note Taker Wallet, @Cell Phone Recorder, On TV & Radio & Internet & In Thought for all ideas, insights and solutions. Heck, just look at the new GTD Workflow Map!
Process & Organize: Palm Tungsten E2 to keep it all toghether In Outlook & GTD Coordinator, through Hot Sync & Sync toy to keep Work, Home & Notebook Computer in Sync. Davidco Tickler Files @Work & Manila 43 Folders @Home. Reference file cabinets @Home @Recreational Vehicle @Work & In Truck where ever it lands! Books @Home @Work.
Other tools that help & hinder: David Allen's Books & Posters & PDF's. Microsoft One Note & Windows 7 Gadget Sticky Notes, Paper sticky notes, old Covey books, Zen to done book, every new Todo Application that gets my attention long enough to prevent me from Getting Things Done.
DO: Not an accurate percentage but: Unplanned Work 50%, Pre-defined work that actually gets done on time 10%, Defined but not finished work 40%.
REVIEW: My greatest liability to date. Usually attempted and reminded by demands.
My overall impression is that I still haven't narrowed down the set of tools that I am comfortable with and because of that I am not sticking with GTD. However, this latest endeavor seems to be working better than ever. So I must attribute this to my reading of 'Making It All Work', taking good notes & reviewing & meditating on the latest Workflow Map.
That's it for now...